Music, Gallery Tours, and Artist Talk
Art After Hours
WHEN: Tuesday, July 10 / 5-9pm
WHERE: Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton St., New Brunswick
ADMISSION: Free and open to the public. For details, visit the webpage.
Art After Hours concludes the season on a special night, with live music by the Eric Mintel Quartet, gallery tours, a talk by artist and educator Wes Sherman, refreshments, and more! (Left: Musician Eric Mintel, artist Wes Sherman, and a Gallery Tour.)
July Art After Hours is co-sponsored by AARP NJ.
Coming in September
Self-Confessed! The Inappropriately Intimate Comics of Alison Bechdel
WHEN: September 1 - December 30
This exhibition explores Vermont artist Bechdel’s work as a writer, an artist, and an archivist of the self who continually mines and shares her own experiences in order to communicate something vitally human: the quest for love, acceptance, community, and social justice. Visit the webpage for all upcoming exhibition details.
Self-Confessed! is organized by Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. (Above: Alison Bechdel, Page 1 from The Essential Dykes To Watch Out For. (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008.)
Courtesy of the Artist.
Limited openings available
Summer Art Camp
Through July 27
Children between the ages of seven and 14 are invited to explore their creative sides and develop new skills alongside our wonderful teaching artists. Full- and half-day sessions are available. Visit the webpage for details.
Summer Art Camp is generously supported by the Confucius Institute of Rutgers University (CIRU), Rutgers Gardens, Rutgers Community Health Foundation, and funds from the Class of 1958 Endowment for Education.
(Above: Student artwork created during week 1 in the session Abstract Art (ages 7-10), taught by artist Brad Terhune.)
Set in Stone: Lithography in Paris, 1815-1900
Closes July 29
This exhibition of more than 120 works, many chosen from the Zimmerli's rich collection of nineteenth-century French graphic arts, presents a survey of French lithography from its establishment in Paris around 1815 through the end of the nineteenth century. Visit the webpage for all current exhibition details.
A catalogue, copublished by Hirmer Publishers, is available for purchase.
(Above: Honoré Daumier, Baissez le rideau, la farce est jouée from the journal La Caricature, 1834. Class of 1937 Art Purchase Fund.)
The Zimmerli is closed during the month of August to prepare for the fall season. See you this month or in September!